Elaboration of Fillaboa 2011
Fillaboa 2011 (Albariño)
With Portugal to the other side of the river Miño, in its passage through Fillaboa, Pontevedra, are the vineyards of Bodegas Fillaboa. The wall surrounding the estate also contains eleven South-facing payments that make up 70 hectares of vineyards with wineries counts Fillaboa: Monte Alto, Road, Calves, Castro, socalcos, Antigua, Minho, Eucalyptus, River, Carasol and Las Nieves.
The vineyard is planted entirely with Albariño. The slender Albariño vines, and trellised arbor small dot payments vineyards form a puzzle.
The rich soils with good drainage and adequate composition along the rainy Atlantic climate, with mild temperatures, Fillaboa make a special place for growing grapes.
Fillaboa is a benchmark in the Rías Baixas Denomination.
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Fillaboa good daughter-in Galician is located in the parishes of Cabreira and Arentei, in the city of Salvatierra de Minho, where the river Minho sister, who does not divide, Spain and Portugal, and is the largest farm register of Pontevedra.More about the Winery
The sommelier's review
Reviews of Fillaboa 2011
It has a light yellow colour. Smells really good, like banana and lychees. I would say it was a Galicia with good body.
It was a perfect companion for the main course.
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